Live Oak Springs Resort

Address: 37820 Old Highway 80, Boulevard, California, 91905, United States | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort is located on 37820 Old Highway 80, Boulevard.
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      Resupply Points

      A travel blog entry by craigbarr on Apr 08, 2014

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      Knowing when, where and how to restock one's supplies is essential to succeeding on the PCT. Imagine walking 20 miles a day through heat or snow, sand or mountain passes and realizing you don't have enough food to make it to the next town. The fear of this possibility is what drives me to check and recheck every resupply along the trail. Sometimes there will be a town with a decent size ...

      Ocotillo here we come!

      A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 18, 2013

      1 photo

      ... would not like to mimic his way of travel as he has ridden nearly exclusively on freeways.

      We asked at the museum, a night crew was working. They gave us some options and we chose to camp between two storage containers. It is out of the wind and we do not even have to use our tent. Hopefully the stars are out tonight. The museum people wanted us to camp between their two trailers and sit in the hot tub and have a beer, but we declined, at least for ...

      Back UP the Baja!

      A travel blog entry by anctravel on Feb 26, 2011

      6 photos

      ... where they both offered to come check out the town and park the night out side of there home. We thought we would cross the boarder that night. Though thankfully, i was so grateful to have this awesome personal invite from some locals. We spent our time connecting and seing there home, when later we went to the movies HA thankfully for us, A English movie with Spanish subtitles. We spent the night, grateful for company and to have such ...

      PCT days 115- 123: I-10 to Campo (MX border)

      A travel blog entry by hobos on Nov 03, 2010

      7 comments, 88 photos

      ... spend 4 hours in town to eat, shower, do laundry, and buy groceries for the next 70 miles. We've been to Idyllwild dozens of times before (for rockclimbing) and as Jim (the local trail angel there) generously drives us back to the trailhead,we wish our visit could have lasted longer. We resist the temptations of this quaint mountain town and hit the trail once again. Along the way, we make a side trip to the top of ...

      Day One - Wind, Fog, Horizontal Rain, Cold, etc..

      A travel blog entry by kzuber on Dec 13, 2008

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... like a high quality lubricant. The net result is that the brakes have virtually no affect on your speed going downhill. During the long descents in those first few miles, I had visions of reaching warp speed before failing to negotiate a turn (hitting a tree at that speed would add new meaning to the term, "becoming one with nature"). It was something of a stress reliever when Lawrence ...